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The paper aims to examine the policy of mother-tongue medium of instruction as a way of challenging educational disadvantages and enhancing sustainable development in Africa. The overall illiteracy rate is approximately 70% and recent facts and... More

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This investigation examines the performance of secondary school students on WAEC and NECO SSCEs from 2004 to 2006. The researchers, having reason to doubt the parallel nature of the examinations conducted by WAEC and NECO, undertook a... More

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The UNESCO (1953) Report has amply demonstrated the primacy of mother-tongue as the most effective and affective medium of instruction in the education process. However, the gains of mother-tongue education, especially in Africa, are fast... More

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The current reform e ff  orts in mathematics and science education recognize the crucial role that teachers play(Van Driel, Beijard and Verloop, 2001), and thus target them as curriculum innovators and implementersthrough In-service Education and... More